HYDERABAD, September 06, 2017 — CA Technologies today declared that Tanuj Vohra has been named Senior Vice President of its India Technology Center.
Vohra will be situated in Hyderabad, driving advancement endeavors there and in addition in Bangalore. He will report straightforwardly to Ayman Sayed, Chief Product Officer of CA Technologies.
“Tanuj is a prepared official who has held positions of authority and oversaw fruitful improvement associations in worldwide companies. He joins CA at an energizing time as we keep on evolving our own particular present day programming manufacturing plant to enable clients to move from thoughts to results quicker,” said Sayed.
“With his experience and mastery, Tanuj’s administration will be precious for the India Technology Center to consistently create and convey new and inventive items for the evolving market. His sanction will incorporate developing coordinated efforts all through CA to help drive development for India, the Asia Pacific and Japan area and comprehensively.”
Before joining CA, Vohra held different administration positions at Microsoft and IBM.
As a major aspect of the improvement association at Microsoft, Vohra was in charge of conveying excellent undertaking administrations that drive item and operational perfection, nimbleness and client centricity, while utilizing guidelines to lessen many-sided quality and expenses.
At IBM, Vohra was in charge of characterizing the technique and guide for the overall advancement of Rational Portfolio Manager item. He was additionally the prime supporter of the Step-In Forum Hyderabad part, which centers solely around programming testing.
Vohra holds an unhitched male of designing degree in software engineering and building from Punjab Engineering College and a graduate degree in software engineering from the Michigan Technological University.
“CA’s vision, system and item portfolio are exceptionally significant in this day and age where computerized encounters characterize an association’s prosperity. I am eager to join CA,” said Vohra.
Source : cio.economictimes.indiatimes.com